May 1, 2016
Blue Collar crime
Blue collar crime is considered as a lower class which crimes harms the victim and requires the criminal to be present at the scene of a crime. Blue collar crime causes bodily harm or direct damage and is done directly to the victim. Examples would be Robbery, Rape, Murder, Theft and Assault.
White Collar Crime
White collar crime does not directly harm the victim and does not require the criminal to be present at the scene of the crime and is a higher class crime. Examples would be Fraud, Embezzlement, Identity Theft, and Income tax evasion.
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This person’s work is very important to a range of different entities police departments, courts, and community safety organizations are just a few and the research he or she undertakes may both help prevent crimes and help others understand and work effectively with criminals. Most criminologist hold university degree’s in sociology and criminal procedure, often at the graduate level, though the field is broad and professionals from a range of backgrounds and interests can often find a niche. Public sector I think working in a federal level would give best opportunities to get to explore criminal behaviors. Private sector I think teaching is the most advantages for this kind of work, it allows lending to create a future of a criminologist and the knowledge with others.
Blue collar crime which is crimes that are generally committed by those from a lower social class and involving injury to person or property. Blue collar crime consist of armed robbery, murder and other violent crimes, sexual assault, burglary and theft, breaking and entering, drug abuse, and domestic violence. (Blue Collar Crime Law & Legal Definition, n.d.) Blue collar crimes are the type of crimes that most people may be familiar with from possibly witnessing within their local community. The other being White collar crime which is usually non-violent and committed in commercial situations for financial gain. White collar crimes consist of financial fraud, mail computer and internet fraud, counterfeiting, public corruption, money laundering, tax evasion, embezzlement, credit card fraud, healthcare fraud, investment schemes, extortion, racketeering, and welfare fraud. (Harbeck, 2015) Most people may recognize a White collar crime from type of sensationalism it receives from media outlets.
“Crimes of deception are treated by mass media as extensions of ‘infotainment’, these crimes...